Throughout the years I have come across a lot of clients who are not aware of possible funding they could receive for hearing aids. I have met people who purchased their hearing aids and then later found out they could have had some, if not, the full cost of the hearing aids covered.
Below is a list of some of the most common 3rd parties to help fund hearing aids.
Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL): If you live in Alberta and are 65 years or older, you are eligible for funding through AADL.
Workers Compensation Board (WCB): If you have a history of working in a noisy environment you could be eligible for funding through WCB.
Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC): If you currently serve or used to serve in the Canadian Armed Forces, you could be eligible for hearing aid funding.
Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB): If you are an individual with First Nation or Intuit status, you could be eligible for funding.
There are also a number of other ways to access funding to support your investment in hearing aids.
- You may have funding through a private insurance benefits plan.
- You may be eligible for funding through other programs such as those outlined in the links below
Taking the time now to inform your self about all of the funding options available may lead to significant savings down the road. Contact Living Sounds Hearing Centre at to book an appointment and take the next step toward better hearing today.
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